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In this podcast, entrepreneur and angel investor Flavio Rump discusses the biggest bottlenecks and the future of drug discovery by speaking with some of the sharpest, most innovative minds in drug discovery, biotechnology and related fields. We talk about machine learning for high-throughput screening, open source drug discovery and other trends that are changing how drug discovery gets done.
 
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What are the main challenges in translating scientific innovation from the bench-side to the bedside? Physician and long-term Pharma executive Nadine Martin is now in charge of innovation management at sitem-insel AG. A translational unit of the Inselspital in Bern.By Flavio Rump
 
SEED2019 is a scrappy conference targeting innovation within the science publishing & funding process. It will bring together a diverse set of stakeholders and be followed by an incubator to implement the best ideas. We discuss problems and ideas on how to best solve the most pressing problems of academia.…
 
Peer review is opaque and a large frustration for many scientists. Preprints are becoming more prevalent, but we still need to assess them critically. We shed light on some of the problems and solutions to this with preprint peer review clubs. PREreview is a platform to record these journal club conversations so that the rest of the world can benef…
 
Oskari and Flavio talk about how robots can help humans in biomedical research. UniteLabs is building lab automation systems to automate boring tasks so the highly trained researchers can focus on more high-level activities. We also talk about other bottlenecks in biomedical research and revisit some old friends from previous podcast guests.…
 
In the 2nd part of the interview with Prof. Ernst Hafen we learn about how the birth of the Bio-Technopark Schlieren shows that if innovative entrepreneurs come together with great scientists, magic can happen. We also learn about a big bottleneck in translating science from academia into startups and how the future of medicine is personal.…
 
Lenny is the founder and CEO of protocols.io, where scientists can freely share scientific protocols with each other. Similarly to github, others can then try them out in their own lab, comment on them, improve them or fork them. This leads to many benefits for both the original author as well as the scientists who get access to new protocols. 11,0…
 
In this episode, Prof. Ernst Hafen from ETH Zurich tells us how citizens can play a very important role in biomedical research and drug discovery. Recruiting the right patients for a study is a big challenge for biotech and pharma companies. He presents us his radical initiative midata.coop, which allows patients to store their health data in a sec…
 
In this episode, we learn how Huntington's disease researcher Rachel Harding uses an open lab notebook to share her findings with the scientific community and writes a blog for a wider audience. Most science is not conducted like that and findings take a long while to be disseminated. What are the main benefits of doing open research? Why haven't m…
 
Sarah Constantin is a mathematician & data scientist with a PhD from Yale. We discover how computer vision and machine learning can be used to do drug discovery what the biggest challenges in today's cancer research with potential solutionsBy Flavio Rump
 
Prof Paul Glasziou is a practitioner and widely published clinical research expert. He explains how we waste billions of dollars on biomedical research. Over 50% of all health research does not get published at all. From the published research, 50% is not usable in practice because things are missing. And from the 25% which is left, half contains d…
 
In this podcast, we get to know Marcio van Muehlen, a biological engineer from MIT turned entrepreneur & product manager in Silicon Valley. He was working on cancer diagnostics through blood sampling and wanted to have better access to the work from other scientists in the field. There he recognized early on that we need a github for science and pu…
 
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